Big Brother's Lateysha Grace proves her bum is real: "My photos are not edited!"

Published Tuesday, Sep 20 2016, 09:04 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Take that, doubters!

Big Brother and The Valleys star Lateysha Grace, 23, has hit back at claims her famous booty is filtered in photos, flaunting her behind in a totally filter-free video.

Lateysha Grace shows her bum is real
20 Sept 2016

© Instagram / Lateysha Grace

Alongside the video, she wrote: "Uploading this to show that my photos are not edited."

Lateysha did a twirl in front of her mirror to show off her bum from all angles, telling fans the video was taken a couple of weeks after she had Brazilian Butt Lift surgery.

She got plenty of support from her followers on Instagram, who showered her with compliments and told her to ignore any haters. One user said: "Not sure who would think your pics are Photoshopped but they would be a fool to think that way." Another remarked: "Girl, you know you look hot. Don't need to prove yourself."

Lateysha had tweeted earlier this month: "How can you hate on someone you don't know. I wouldn't dream of abusing someone on social media. It's horrible. Everyone should support and praise each other. Why hate?"

The mother-of-one had the bottom surgery done following her summer appearance in Big Brother, admitting: "I've had bad luck with surgeons that I've gone with in the past but I feel confident that this is going to be the last time I need to be on the operating theatre."

Latyesha Grace and daughter Wynter, Instagram

© Instagram / @lateysha_grace

Lateysha is a proud mum to beautiful daughter Wynter.

Lateysha Grace appears on Big Brother's Bit On The Side
13 July

© Channel 5

Lateysha appeared in Big Brother earlier this summer.

Lateysha had told us back in 2014 she had paid £1,500 to have fillers injected into her bottom, but the procedure was performed by a rogue surgeon in the US and could have killed her.

"The pain was another level. The needles were huge and she was just stabbing it in. I could literally feel the stuff being injected in. It felt like it was ripping or stretching my skin, it was terrifying."

Lateysha recalled how the doctor used household glue and kitchen paper to patch her wounds together at the end of the procedure. "You don't have to glue your own wounds with normal injections, do you?"

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